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months ago eaves got the federal court in texas to send u.s. marshals to seize the carnival "triumph" which was about to sail from the port of galveston. he brought along a camera crew to document the event. >> we're here to execute a court order. >> reporter: the court accepted his suit on behalf of the family of a woman killed on the "costa concordia," thus compelling carnival to post a $10 million bond before the "triumph" could sail. >> this is done very often with merchant ships and other types of ships. but to my knowledge this is the first time in u.s. law that a cruise ship has been seized. >> reporter: call it a long shot or a stunt, but eaves is bent on forcing his cases into u.s. courts and into the lap of the carnival corporation, which had more than $15 billion in revenue last year. >> we wanted to do this because we wanted the american public to be aware that the same inadequate standards that were on the "costa concordia," the same training, the same captain discipline on the "costa concordia" is the same lack of standards on every carnival cruise ship that floats. >>
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